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Adult Obesity Prevalence Maps Obesity Prevalence in 2016 by Education and Age Obesity decreased by level of education. Adults without a high school degree or equivalent had the highest self-reported obesity (35.5%), followed by high school graduates...read more
Naturally Dangerous: 11 Foods to Fear Pufferfish is considered the most poisonous fish and the second most poisonous vertebrate in the world. (Poison dart frog is considered the first.) A single fish has enough toxin to kill up to 30 humans, and no...read more
Innovation Compounding would like to feature two of their very own doctors in honor of November being Sexual Health Month. Dr.’s Alyssa Dweck and Michael Krychman are the thought-leaders and on the forefront of research and knowledge when it comes to Sexual Health. In...read more
Innovation Compounding is proud to sponsor the 2017 GA Veterans Parade and supports all of our brave veterans! READ MORE ABOUT THE...read more
The weather is changing but the opportunities for allergen exposure haven’t. As much of the country experiences cooler weather patterns, and with most allergenic plants no longer pollinating, those who have allergies may still struggle with inhalant allergy triggers....read more
1. Women’s health smarts Let’s take a moment to marvel at the amazing, incredible vagina. “Just think about the resiliency of the vagina in general,” says Alyssa Dweck, MD, assistant clinical professor of obstetrics, gynecology, and reproductive science at...read more
Patients need more than OTCs to manage their allergy symptoms. Prescription-strength allergy drugs affect patients’ quality of life. Only allergy immunotherapy can help patients become allergy free. How easy is it to add an allergy program in your office? Benefits...read more
Breast cancer is the second most common kind of cancer in women. About 1 in 8 women born today in the United States will get breast cancer at some point. The good news is that most women can survive breast cancer if it’s found and treated early. A mammogram – the...read more
Dr. Tara Thompson Serves as the Compounding Expert at the American Urogynecologic Society (AUGS)! On October 5th, Tara Thompson PharmD, served as the pharmacy compounding expert at this years AUGS conference, during PFD Week, in Providence, Rhode Island. ...read more
Pharmacists and Healthcare Professionals Working Together to Protect Patient Access to Compounded Medications Greetings Healthcare Professionals! I recently had the good fortune to serve on a congressional briefing healthcare panel, which included practicing...read more
Bill Would Protect Compounded Drugs The IACP is excited about new legislation that could help compounding pharmacists. June 16, 2017 By Christine Blank The International Academy of Compounding Pharmacists (IACP) said it strongly supports a bipartisan bill that would protect patients’ access to compounded medications.read more
Could Compounding Pharmacists Solve the Sodium Bicarbonate Shortage? As stocks of the vital drug become rarer, pharmacists could be the ones combatting the shortage. May 25, 2017 By Nicholas Hamm Sodium bicarbonate is becoming increasingly difficult for emergency rooms to obtain, potentially creating problems since few alternatives are available.read more
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